You may be thinking, how can I possibly grow my butt if I’m genetically small and petite.. there’s no way I could do this naturally without taking the easy route. The truth Is YOU can grow your butt with the right approach, a smart method to really increase GROWTH. Most people think that you go to the gym 2x3 times per week for a month and if the results don’t show within that time frame.. then when are they going? Am I wasting my time? Why do I see no changes? “My genetics, I can’t really see progress”. Don’t get me wrong, genetics of course play a role in how much muscle you can realistically gain as an individual taking into consideration which body type you have – eg Ectomorphs, mesomorphs and endomorphs. Some individuals will really struggle to gain mass (weight) whereas another individual struggles to lose weight and gains weight RAPIDLY.
Following a plan of action is extremely important when it comes to building glute muscles, structure is underlooked in the world of fitness and ‘gym life’. When it comes to training, you really need to enjoy the style of training that you are performing. There is no reason that you should not be able to find a style of exercise that suits you and that you love, as there are so many variations out there! I obviously love to lift weights in the gym, which is what a lot of my clients love to do also. Because of this enjoyment, it makes dedicating myself to actually going so much easier (even over the YEARS that I’ve been going to the gym).
We all have our off days where motivation is low, and it’s important to understand that you may need to learn to love your program, however generally speaking I genuinely look forward to getting to the gym 4-5 days per week, love the lifting lifestyle and the way it makes me feel like a real strong woman!
The training program you follow is more critical than you think, it determines your speed of progression and your journey to building real strong glutes.
There are a lot of people who struggle to see results with gaining muscle and building glutes. You cannot expect to see an over night result with minimal work and minimal discipline. It’s like getting that grade A in school, it requires showing up, putting in the work daily and most of all doing the homework. The same approach runs hand in hand with your health and fitness goals, you must show up even when you don’t feel like it, you must work hard when no one is watching and you must be consistent. It requires time and patience.
The key to achieving those results you really want, and keeping them, is creating a sustainable approach. One that you enjoy. One that you LOVE to follow. Results happen when you are adherent to the process and the long term goal. Motivation isn’t always there but the discipline has to be.